Bad attitude, since you and Train retired, they have added new LED lights on all docks, placed flashing warning lights on all stop signs in Texas. shame on you two.
I was working on forgetting months and months before I retired.
I had so week upon week of vacation time built up plus personal days I know I didn't work a full 5 day workweek in the last year I was there.
In that time I was on my way to forgetting and the days off I was preparing for retirement. Moving. Downsizing for retirement.
It worked. Taking the time. While Kinda working.
We have to understand that the company doesn't care once your gone. So I didn't care knowing I would be gone and preparing to be gone. I had no guilt about.it.
I worked my ass off in the time I was there. Minus the last few years. Don't get me wrong. Any day I went in I worked. Maybe not 100 percent towards the end. But I was tired of it. The gloss of it was gone. Secure retirement was gone. Place is (was) a mess and no matter what I did or said had no effect on changing anything. So by that time ya just give up because everything we had... had just been trashed.
I was in Central States. I took the cuts and left. Let the young guys and women have it. Or what was left.
So. Dim or bright lights it is theirs.
We have been self distancing for well over a year now. And it's not bad.
It's great being out of the rat race. I consider myself fortunate to be out of it.
Last of the dinosaurs.
It's not a bad attitude.
I never had a bad attitude at work. If something or someone needed help I helped.
I was one who did my job and don't contribute to the bs there.
And now. None of it matters. And that is the point I don't care anymore.
I've only been gone a short time and it's like it never happened.
In my mind. My body says otherwise. Lol.
So I paid my dues and can move on now. Say what I want. Feel what I feel.
And it still doesn't matter but to me.
Good luck to all still in any LTL company.